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11 September 1998 (USA) See more »
ALL THE RAGE takes a satirical and poignant look at one gay man's obsessive pursuit of physical, sexual... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
John-Michael Lander ... Christopher Bedford
David Vincent ... Stewart

Jay Corcoran ... Larry
Paul Outlaw ... Dave
Merle Perkins ... Susan
Peter Bubriski ... Tom

Alan Natale ... Kenny
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jim Beller ... Norbert Pennyfruger
Doug Brandt ... Jay
Keith Brava ... Susan's Date #1
Christopher Cause ... Sam, Cruisy Guy in Men's Room
Joe Ceriello Jr. ... Donny
Ellen Colton ... Dr. Diva
Will Cook ... Shower Guy #2
Adam Dyer ... Susan's Date #3
Willis Emmons ... Dinner Party Guest #1
Josh Hutnak ... Shower Guy #5
Jerry Kaplan ... Susan's Date #2
Kate Kelly ... Lori, Larry's Secretary
John Kuntz ... Waiter #2
Ken Mason ... Rick
Christian Matyi ... Muscular Attitude Guy
Ed Meradith ... Pianist
Jeff Miller ... John

Mitchell Mullen ... Don
Daniel Olsen ... Shower Guy #4
Rick Park ... Waiter #2
Michael Pollock ... Thong Boy
Molly Purves ... Francine
Rhys ... Waiter #3
Ben Robbins ... Shower Guy #1
Ricardo Rodriguez ... Horticultural Boy
John P. Russo ... Club Owner
Diane W. Saunders ... Realtor #2
Guy Silvestro ... Guy Not Cruising Larry
Timothy Steiner ... Shower Guy #3
Thatcher Stevens ... Timothy
Sylvie Stewart ... Torch Singer
Jake Sullivan ... Dinner Party Guest #2
Adam Sutton ... Cruisy Guy on Dancefloor
Monica Tosches ... Realtor #1
Bruce Ward ... Bearded Cowboy

Stephen Kyle ... Restaurant Diner (uncredited)

Directed by
Roland Tec 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Roland Tec  play "A Better Boy"
Roland Tec  screenplay

Produced by
Catherine Burns .... co-producer
Kelly Lawman .... associate producer
Roland Tec .... producer
Original Music by
Paul Outlaw 
Roland Tec 
Cinematography by
Gretchen Widmer 
Film Editing by
Jon Altschuler 
Casting by
Kevin Fennessy 
Production Design by
Louis Ashman 
Set Decoration by
Holly Ratafia 
Costume Design by
Sarah Pfeiffer 
Production Management
David Melito .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jennifer Blum .... second assistant director
James LaRosa .... second second assistant director (as Jamie LaRosa)
Kelly Lawman .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Seamus Frawley .... boom operator
G. John Garrett .... production sound mixer
G. John Garrett .... sound mixer
Virginia Kropas .... boom operator
Jamie Moore .... boom operator
Camera and Electrical Department
Ramon Fabregas .... electrician
Justin Keith .... key grip
Charles Papert .... Steadicam operator
Casting Department
Lygia Gordon .... extras casting coordinator
Michael Sillery .... extras casting coordinator
Other crew
Ted Campbell .... office production assistant
Allison Curren .... script supervisor
Cheryl Eagan-Donovan .... publicist
Josh Kastorf .... production assistant

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105 min
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12 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
I laughed, I cried, I vomited..., 29 December 1999
Author: act1966 from Toronto, Canada

The great thing about movies like "All the Rage" is that they remind you that movie making isn't as easy as it looks. I've seen some pretty bad movies ("Showgirls", anything with Molly Ringwald or Pia Zadora) and this "film" is definitely up there with some of the worst of them. And this film fails in every category: acting (those "introspective" moments where the lead addresses the camera directly! Yikes!), script, directing (or lack thereof), cinematography (don't drink and shoot), and the hair! Oh! The hair...

But that's not always a bad thing.

If you know that a movie is going to be lousy right from the start, like "All the Rant", you can kick back and scream with laughter and pray to God you've found yourself sitting on a yet undiscovered camp classic. This movie just became more gruesome as it moved along (or didn't move along). By the credits everyone in the theater was either in stunned silence or laughing hard enough to soil themselves.

On another note, it's great that gay themed movies are starting to come out more regularly so the gay community doesn't have to LOVE whatever is handed out. I became a little tired or rewinding the "Maurice" tape...

I'd much rather see a movie that fails on all counts rather than a mediocre snooze fest that a lot of movies today seem to be.

Bravo! If you're going to be bad, be REALLY bad. Make sure you see this car accident.

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